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Monday, June 18, 2018

昆士市長亞裔顧問委員會匯報 6/18

QMAAAC Update – June 2018/ Quincy Mayor's Asian American Advisory Committee
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1.) "The Eye on Quincy TV Show" 
This coming September will mark the 9th anniversary of the Eye on Quincy TV Show. 
To reflect, here're our accomplishments: 
A. The consistency in the Show's content on Quincy affairs and Asian affairs helps to build a sense oflocalism so that as Quincy residents, we learn where Pageant Field is. We become interested in when, where and what Flag Day is, the progress of the Quincy downtown development projects, the Mayor's annual budget proposal, the new and updated house value and tax rates, the on-line application for building permit, the significance of voter registration and to be well informed before casting a vote, ... etc. 
B. We had formed a team and we still have a team. A team that is made up entirely with volunteers! Many who participated enjoyed the friendship, the knowledge about TV production, the glamour to be close with Quincy, with the Quincy media and the pride to be living in Quincy.   
C. Precious and rare collection of Chinese/ English bilingual materials/ data: It has been a 9 year collection. We hope that some people will help re-arrange the data/ collections and make them into a photo display/ exhibit projects. With that said, Eye on Quincy will continue. 
To celebrate the 9th anniversary, a BBQ is being planned. Stay tuned for details.  
Please note that the next live "Eye on Quincy" is scheduled to 
Monday, June 18, 2018 from 7pm to 8pm on QATV - Channel 8. 
To join us in the TV production workshop and/or in the live production, please click on http://www.quincyasian.org. You can also find us on facebook: Eye on Quincy. 
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2.) Constituent service - housekeeping notes:
Asian voting and voter registration:
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The above slide was created in 2015 and updated recently in 2018. 
The raw data may imply some thoughts and may lead to some insights.
An on-line survey will be developed to try to learn more about why Asian voters responded disproportionately in voting.  
 
3.) Recent Quincy News Headlines:
on Quincy Sun: http://www.theQuincySun.com & on the City’s Web: http://www.quincyma.gov
* Quincy's 50 Days of Freedom, 50+ Free Events, June 16 - Aug. 4
* Night Work At Wollaston, Quincy Center Stations
* Deer Spotted in Hancock Cemetery
* Forum Looks At Impact of Public Programs On Poverty In Quincy, South Shore
 
4.) The "Quincy Monthly Gathering"
The "Quincy Monthly Gathering" is a  self-pay activity which was started in Quincy by a group of Asian community workers in the early 1990s.
"New comers" are welcome to join this informal social gathering. 
The time/ date/ place of the next gathering will be in early July at Quincy China Pearl at 12p.  
To request an evite to the gathering to meet new and old friends, feel free to write an email to Betty Yau at Kfyau@aol.com or byau@quincyma.gov
 
Until next time.
Respectfully submitted,
Betty Yau, (member) 
co-writer: Tom Fabrizio of the City of Quincy 
on behalf of
Fire Inspector Jimmy Wong (co-chair)
Mayor's Asian American Advisory Committee
(producer of the "Eye on Quincy" TV Show:)
Vision:
to help create a unified community environment.
Mission:
to provide a bridge between the City and the Asian American residents
Who we are:
We are a dedicated volunteer group. Many of us are Chinese Americans and long time Quincy residents. Our enthusiasm on community matters makes us realize that civil responsibilities are as equally important as civil rights.
http://www.quincyasian.org
facebook: eye on quincy
617-376-1298

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